Emile André Aimé GINOUX
Emile André is born in Marseille on March 16, 1891, at 3 Beauséjour Street. As an employee of the railways, his father worked at that time in Marseille. He may have studied at the Saint Barnabé High School specializing in electricity careers in Marseille. In 1911, he is 20 years old and he is already an electrical engineer and single. He lives with his parents at 10 Dugommier Street in Marseille’s 12th district. He gets his military aptitude certificate on July 11, 1912. He is a corporal student on October 25, 1912 and sub-officer candidate in 1913, mobilizable on February 10, 1913. He is admitted to the reserve of the active army on October 1, 1914 and becomes a discharged soldier on January 8, 1917. He is finally released from military service in 1939.
On April 5, 1923, he marries Léocadie TIHANGE, born on May 11, 1892 in Arlon in Luxembourg, in Ixelles (one of the municipalities of Brussels, Belgium) . In 1937, he is the director of factories in Muysen les Malines (city between Brussels and Antwerp) where the RATEAU factories in Belgium are located. He dies on February 3, 1974 in Schaerbeek (one of the municipalities of Brussels). His wife dies shortly afterwards, on August 28, 1974 in Brussels.